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iciHaiti - UEH : The Faculty of Sciences attacked, vandalized and looted
15/03/2024 09:29:36

iciHaiti - UEH : The Faculty of Sciences attacked, vandalized and looted
The Rectorate of the State University of Haiti (UEH) informs that the Faculty of Sciences located at the corner of Streets Joseph Janvier and Monseigneur Guilloux, was invaded in the evening of March 9 to 10, 2024 by a group of armed individuals who stole a significant quantity of equipment.

"The members of Board of the Faculty of Sciences are not yet able to provide a correct estimate of the damage recorded. However, according to the preliminary observation made during an express visit following the attack, they noticed that many windows of the buildings had been broken; televisions, solar panels have disappeared as well as equipment from various educational or research laboratories.

The Rectorate joins the Board of the Faculty of Sciences to denounce and condemn with the greatest firmness these acts of vandalism and looting against a more than century-old educational institution, serving the population.

The Rectorate believes it is important to remember that apart from the incessant crises that the Nation is going through, we must always think about its future. Whatever the context, it is inconceivable to proceed with the destruction of the country's institutions and physical heritage. Rather, there is reason to safeguard them in order to ensure the continuity of services to fellow Haitians."

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